Monthly Archives: June 2012
Case in point, here’s an image of one of the white dwarf merger simulations I’m performing. This simulation features the largest mass disparity I’ve yet attempted, and should make for an interesting supernova.
Dan and I have been working on a new project to possibly explain ultra-bright SNeIa without the need for a superchandra white dwarf. That is, these supernovae might only be bright due to the interaction of the explosion with a … Continue reading
Some hackers installed malicious code on my site that caused Google to block it. While that’s under review, I’ve reinstalled WordPress from scratch.